I second that!
The cost of labor to fix this most likely exceeds the cost of the fixture, so if you have to repair/ replace it under warrantee you have lost whatever profit was generated from the original sale.
I work in a cabinet shop, and we used to use a drawer slide from a well known, quality-oriented manufacturer. At some time in the 90's the slides started to fail so we called on the manufacturer to replace them as defective. They would stand behind their product, but we discovered that it takes about $150.00 in labor and transportation to replace the slide, which is a $10.00 item. After replacing about ten slides we decided to switch to a more expensive slide from a different manufacturer. It was well worth it. We have not replaced a slide for being defective in years. We are able to charge a little more for these better slides, and we keep the profit.
Rich the Viking
Originally Posted by ArtStream
Back in 1995 Airstream used Moen faucets with spray heads. Moen faucets are warranted for life. Airstream should go back to installing quality fixtures.